United Colors of Cancer
- Advocacy & Human Rights
- Health & Medicine
- People with Disabilities
- Race & Ethnicity
Location8082 LIMONITE AVENUESTE 1 #3925RIVERSIDE, CA 92519 United States
United Colors of Cancer (UCC) addresses the unmet social and cultural needs of the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) cancer community; our goal is to reduce the cancer mortality gap.
United Colors of Cancer (UCC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of cancer survivors, previvors, cancer-havers, caregivers, and health care professionals dedicated to the BIPOC cancer community started in 2020. UCC is committed to providing support, education, and communication for BIPOC affected by a cancer diagnosis, as well as BIPOC specific cancer research fundraising.
United Colors of Cancer (UCC) addresses the unmet social and cultural needs of the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) cancer community by providing information, resources, and support through a culturally competent platform that features the latest medical news and research, moderated support forums, and a vetted marketplace for wellness products and services aimed at improving the health outcomes of BIPOC cancer community.
Our goal is To reduce the cancer mortality gap by providing access to psycho-social support to under-represented communities